Tuesday, February 5, 2008


Chuck and I went over to the polls right after lunch. There was a line! We live in a small town and there is rarely a line to vote. Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth Bill Galvin, has predicted a huge turnout for today’s primary - including lots of newly registered voters. It’s great to see folks so excited and stepping up to be counted.

If you’ve already voted today: “Good Job Voting

If you haven’t yet voted today:

Turn HOPE into reality. VOTE!


dancingmorganmouse said...

good luck over there!

Pink Granite said...

Thanks DMM!
The good news is that as the polls begin to close, east to west across the country, the turnout has been strong. I really wish everyone who is eligible registered and voted. Perhaps all the hoopla over this "Super Tuesday" will motivate folks to register and vote in the remaining primaries and most importantly for the election in November!
I can't wait for January 20, 2009!!!
- Lee

Anonymous said...


Our polling place was in the small gym of an elementary school.
We got there by 10 minutes before noon and the line was long!

The good news is that everyone was cordial, gracious and having a good time. Big turn out!

"Guided by the Ancestors"

Pink Granite said...

Hi George -
As the sign made by the little kids in New Hampshire stated: "Good Job Voting!"

I see New Mexico has a "Presidential Preference Caucus". I've never participated in a caucus. Happy to hear turnout was high and folks were cheerful and respectful!
Good luck to us ALL!
- Lee